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Our Team Members
Center Director/ Owner
Center Director/ Owner
Janet received her Bachelor of Arts (English Major, Psychology minor) and Certificate in Education at the University of Manitoba. She has taught in Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan and has lived in and is certified to teach in all three provinces. In 2000, she and her husband saw an opportunity to make Regina their permanent home and opened an Oxford Learning Centre in Regina.
The study tip Janet would advise is to slow down when reading a chapter and think about what you are reading by asking yourself, “What did I just read and what do I need to remember?”
Janet and her husband Art have four grown children, 7 grandchildren, and 4 grand dogs! Her passion is helping children be the best they can be in school and in life. To relax, she enjoys reading, cooking, gardening, and sewing. She enjoys swimming and walking in the park with her grandchildren or playing a board game with them – she plays to win!
“Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind;” Shakespeare- A Midsummer Night’s Dream.Close
French Education Coordinator
French Education Coordinator
Amy holds a B.Ed. from the University of Regina in French Education (Le Bac). She's had many different teaching experiences in French Immersion from a full-time classroom, to guest teaching and has been a part of the Oxford Learning Regina team off and on for over 10 years. She believes that helping students learn to ask good questions is just as important as teaching them to answer. When she isn't at Oxford Learning, you can find her baking bread, listening to a good podcast or with her husband, chasing their 3 little boys around the nearby family farm.
Study tip: Have fun with your planning and organization! I love to use coloured pens, highlighters and stickers in my agenda to help keep me on track. Try choosing a different colour for each subject.Close
Bonny graduated with a Bachelor of Education Degree focusing on Education of Exceptional Children. She was motivated by a drive to make a difference in the lives of deaf and hard of hearing. Between classes, she would spend her time volunteering in two programs dedicated to the deaf and hard of hearing.
Teaching experiences included assignments with students requiring a prescriptive approach to learning from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade Twelve over a seven-year period.
The following ten years brought a new approach to learning the philosophy of Montessori Education, for students ages three to thirteen. Bonny fulfilled the roles of Directress and classroom teacher.
Having found and experienced the Oxford Learning approach, which fit into her learning philosophy of treating the learner as a unique individual, she has been a part of it for ten plus years.
When not working to make a difference in the lives of learners she spends time with her adult children, creates food-stuffs from her country garden, takes country walks with her adoring Pyrenees, reads classic literature, plays classical guitar, and tackles home renovation projects.
- Promote what you love instead of bashing what you hate -Close
Aimee holds two degrees from the University of Regina: a Bachelor's in Education and Arts (English major). She is certified in Respectful Workplace Training, Leadership and Management, and Public Relations. Aimee is passionate about creating a genuine love of learning in students of all ages and loves helping people find meaningful connections between what they learn in school and their daily lives. When she isn't at Oxford Learning, you can find her at her sewing machine, dancing salsa, or with a good book in her hand.
"I've learned people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." - Maya AngelouClose
French Education Assistant/ French Teacher
French Education Assistant/ French Teacher
Alyssa has almost completed her bilingual french education degree with a minor in social sciences from the University of Regina (Le Bac). Alyssa has volunteered as a youth support worker for many years and also assists with local recreational activities. She is passionate about learning languages in a fun and goofy way. When Alyssa is not at Oxford Learning you can find her riding her horse or at the gym. "It is the mark of an intelligent mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it" Aristotle.Close
Caliopy has a Bachelor of Education in Secondary English from the University of Regina. After receiving her degree she moved to Greece and opened and operated an English Language Learning Center. She loved teaching English as an Additional Language to her students who ranged in age from primary to adult learners. This was a very rewarding experience because she had enthusiastic language learners. Upon returning to Regina she started working for the Regina Public Schools, teaching EAL to new residents, and Oxford Learning. When she isn't teaching English she teaches Greek at the Greek Heritage Language School. She finds it rewarding to teach her young learners the Greek language and about their heritage. In her spare time, she loves knitting, sewing, and spending time with her family and friends.Close
Math and Science Teacher
Math and Science Teacher
Aria is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in engineering at the University of Regina. He teaches a variety of subjects at University, including a number of math, stats, physics, and chemistry courses. He has an immense interest in learning new languages and can communicate in 5 different languages. However, Aria’s main passion is teaching, where he enjoys coaching his students on their learning paths. When not at Oxford Learning, he could be exercising, making music, or reading about space.
“Every time you think of the future, you are creating a possible direction.”- Sanaya RomanClose
Allie has a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s degree in English. Besides teaching at Oxford Learning, she also teaches first-year English at the University of Regina. Allie loves sharing her passion for learning and reading with students of all ages. In her spare time, Allie enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her dog, Libby.Close
Robyn has earned two degrees from the University of Regina, a Bachelor of Arts in English (Psychology minor), and a Bachelor of Education in French Education (English Education minor). Robyn has mainly worked as a substitute teacher since 2006, teaching all grade levels from Kindergarten to grade 12, in a wide variety of environments. She is passionate about languages, reading, grammar, and spelling. In her spare time, Robyn adores spending time with her two-year-old nephew, Jace, visiting her brother’s dog, Nanook, and spending time with family and friends.
-“To have another language is to possess a second soul” -CharlemagneClose
Ernie has taught French for 25 years in Saskatchewan, 21 of those years in French Immersion. He loves helping people of all ages learn and find a passion for exploration. When he is not at Oxford Learning, you can find him lawn bowling or traveling the world.Close
I am Suchismita, I completed my Bachelor's degree with accountancy as my major. Thereafter, I completed my education certification, both from India. This year I completed my CERTESL at the University of Saskatchewan. I have been teaching for the last 14 years. The best thing about teaching is that I get to interact with different people and try to help them to achieve their goals. Over the years it has been amazing to see my students become engineers, doctors. Apart from teaching I love reading, I am also trained in Indian classical dancing and enjoy performing with my teenage daughter.Close
Erwin graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Education degree majoring in French. He taught for thirty-five years with the Regina Catholic School Division. He participated in a teacher exchange program, where he was able to teach in a town near Paris, France. Travel remains his favourite interest. Teaching at Oxford Learning has provided him with the opportunity to share his love for the french language with his students.Close
You may have seen some new faces around our centre this month. Please join in welcoming Madie to our Oxford Learning family!
Hello! My name is Madelaine, but everyone calls me Madie. I'm so excited to work here at Oxford Learning! I'm currently in my third year of studies at the University of Regina in the Faculty of Education. I am in the PreK-5 program but am looking to also work with middle years students. I love working with kids, and so far, having the chance to work with the students at Oxford Learning has made me even more excited to have my own classroom in the future.
After graduation, I hope to expand my teaching experiences and teach abroad. I would love to teach in Australia or New Zealand as those countries are well known for Rugby, beautiful beaches, and amazing hikes. Talking about it already has me anticipating graduating! Wherever my plans take me, I'm sure I will be happy to travel and teach all over the world.
I am excited to continue working at Oxford Learning, and to meet all of the wonderful students! Everyone here is so kind and gives me helpful guidance on how I can be a better teacher for my students. I look forward to meeting and working with you all soon!Close
What Parents & Students Are Saying
Both Bryn's mum and I are completely astounded and very proud of his progress on not only his academics, but more importantly his confidence and maturity that he has shown to his work these past 12 months. We can confidently say that your team has been a tremendous influence, inspiration and mentor to him. Thank you for your investment in Bryn. It's made a difference which we greatly appreciate. And I'm certain Bryn would agree. Sandy and Tanya R.Sandy and Tanya R.
Hello Janet and the Oxford Learning team, As I recount my high school career at Luther for the past 4 years, Oxford Learning is very present in my mind during my reflection. Ever since starting in the second half of my tenth grade year, Oxford Learning gave me the tools to success that I never would have learned had I wouldn’t have gone to Oxford Learning. Oxford Learning not only taught me skills that helped improve my writing, math, and French skills, it also taught me the importance of time management, study skills, and other small aids that helped me succeed in school. SQ-RCRC is my go-to study method for all my tests and exams! Everyone at Oxford Learning was always encouraging and saw the best in people, even when times were at its worst. I always admired Paige when she had difficult-to-work-with students at the table, and she was able to see the best in people, no matter their lack of work ethic. There was never a time where I doubted any of teachers, as they were always willing to help no matter what. Because of Oxford Learning, the teachers, and its tools, I am happy to say that I will be attending Hult International Business School in San Francisco starting this upcoming fall semester. Thank you for your contributions to furthering students’ academic careers, like mine. My time spent at Oxford Learning will never be forgotten. All the best, MackMack - Oxford Learning student
This letter is in appreciation of the hard work of you and your staff with respect to Matthew’s amazing progress since he has been enrolled with you at Oxford Learning. As a French Immersion student with limited French support available from us, Matthew has moved to the very top of his class due to your support and tutelage. As well, Matthew’s study habits, and confidence has improved significantly, and with your assistance he finds himself at the very top of his class in most subjects. Matthew cherished his time with you and your staff, and we believe he has developed habits that will serve him a lifetime. We do not hesitate to recommend you and your staff to anyone considering Oxford Learning for their children. Michael & Jody SMichael & Jody S
Dear Oxford Learning Staff (from student), You have helped me improve on my reading, math, and helped me build on my self confidence. I have learned a lot of skills that I can also apply to my schoolwork and homework. I have made lots of friends and built on my social skills. If I didn’t come, I would probably still get my “b's” and “d's” mixed up and I might still have messy writing. Oxford Learning has helped me so much. Thank you Oxford Learning staff! From Annika S.Annika S.
I am a past student from your program and I'd like to give a huge thank you for everything. When I started in the program I was just starting grade three and couldn't read, write and could only do a little bit of math. Now I am going into my fourth year of university and just got accepted into a special BFA program that only accepts 8 people a year. I owe a lot of my success in my education and budding career to Oxford Learning. Every skill and exercise that I was taught, and all the time the teachers at Oxford Learning gave to me helped me get to where I am now. I don't think I could have ever got to where I am now in life and in my budding career. Thank you for creating such a wonderful program to help children and people in learning. I am very proud of attending Oxford Learning for the years I have attended. The centre I attended is the one in Regina SK. The teachers and the head instructor of the centre are amazing, they take great pride and care in their students. I know two of the teachers that have taught me are retired now, but a couple of the other instructors I had are still there when I visit. I really hope your CEO takes great pride in the work he has put in that has created an amazing company that helps children reach their full potential. I know without the help from one of his companies I would have never been literate. I really hope the best for Oxford Learning because it holds a special place in my heart. Tegan S. former Regina Oxford Learning studentTegan S. former Regina Oxford Learning student
Deciding to send our daughter to Oxford Learning has been one of the best decisions we have made. In two years, attending two times a week, our daughter has gone up 5 reading levels. Upon enrolling her, almost immediately, we noticed an improvement in her self-confidence. This increased confidence enabled her to try harder, not give up, and celebrate what she could do, not just get bogged down in what she couldn't do. We found the staff to be friendly, approachable, knowledgeable, and motivating. Planner meetings were regularly scheduled, providing us with an update on progress. Oxford Learning staff did a lot of extra things – like birthday cards, Christmas gifts and open houses with the opportunity to mingle, visit, and nibble! I would highly recommend Oxford Learning to any parent whose child is struggling in school. Sharon L.Sharon L.
Both my daughters attended the Little Reader program. They loved it! It thoroughly prepared them both for kindergarten. The program taught them the strong phonics they needed to begin reading.Karla M.
The Little Readers Program offered at Oxford Learning Regina empowers children to read and write! As a mother of two children that have each completed 3 years of Little Readers, I have watched them literally grow into little readers by age 5. As a parent, I was concerned about my child finding Kindergarten boring or less exciting because of this Oxford Learning Program but with both our children the opposite happened. They were excited to go to school. The confidence to read and write allowed them to embrace more of a leadership role in their classroom. Thank you to Kent, Janet, and the team at Oxford Learning for giving our children the solid academic foundation to build their lifelong learning upon.Amy
Oxford Learning saved our sanity when school shut down. At first, we were just looking for something to help bridge the gap while we were doing online learning but we realized that what they do was so much more. Our son struggled with wanting to please his teachers at school and us at home instead of relying on his own ability. We signed up during the shutdown and have done all of his tutoring strictly online even now when everything has opened back up. Our son has thrived in the online environment and the first show of success was this year's teacher already telling us how much he participated in class. Confidence in class has always been noted as a struggle and this is what he has gained with Oxford Learning. We don’t need to be there with him at the computer during tutoring as he focused on and interested in the material while being engaged with his tutor. It feels like the tutors at Oxford Learning care about our son and his success, he feels it too! Having more people on your child’s team is priceless!Laura G.
Careers with Tutor Regina
Part-time French TeacherPosition Details
Part-time French Teacher
Eager to help students turn “Je ne sais pas” into “Oh la la”? Motivated to help support children’s French education outside of the classroom?
Oxford Learning Regina, a local leader in supplemental education for over 20 years, has an opening for an upbeat, passionate, committed, enthusiastic, and dynamic French teacher who wants to work in a rewarding teaching environment. Our French Programs offer individual support to students looking to improve their academic skills and study habits. Candidates must possess a strong passion for seeing students succeed and must be comfortable teaching students ranging in age from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in French.
Candidates must possess a strong background in spoken and written French and English and be comfortable teaching up to a Grade 9 level French, but up to Grade 12 is preferred.
Our candidate must have:
- Fluent knowledge of the French language both oral and written
- Strong leadership and classroom management skills
- Familiarity with the Saskatchewan curriculum
- The ability to multitask, be flexible, and think on your feet
- Vibrant personality, who enjoys interaction with students of all ages
- Dedicated and passionate teacher who thrives on seeing students succeed
- Upbeat and willing to motivate children
- Must be flexible in availability, including evenings and Saturdays. We are open year-round
- Extensive knowledge of written and verbal French Language
- Strong English language written and oral communication skills
- Willingness to train Oxford Learning's philosophy
- Minimum 3rd-year University
- Priority for Education or Arts students
If you possess the above qualities, meet all the qualifications, and want to join a high-energy group of educators, then please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information please call 306-790-2000.
We thank all applicants for their interest in Oxford Learning. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
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